Malaysia Airlines will soon reopen its long-haul routes, after buying the agreement of eight Boeing air crafts 787-9.
Mr Peter Bellew, the managing director and chief executive officer of Malaysia Airlines said that soon we are expecting long-haul air crafts 787-9 by the year 2019.
The company has already chosen the seven long-haul routes including Amsterdam.
These new Boeing 787-9 air crafts cost more than 3 billion U.S dollars. These air crafts will have a luxurious layout.
Airlines will be rated as 5 star-rated airlines, with these new air crafts company wants to differentiate it from the other budget airlines.
Mr Peter Bellew also added that airlines using its hanger six for more than 12 years.
This hanger is considered to be the second largest free-standing building in the world, which can handle any Boeing aircraft in its MRO facility.